Come enjoy Evansville, Indiana. You'll find family attractions, exciting nightlife, and the education and culture of seven themed museums.

For more information, download an Evansville Visitors Guide. Or call (800) 433-3025 to request a copy by mail.

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Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra

20 NW Third Street, Suite 500 Evansville, Indiana 47708 (812) 425-5050

The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra (EPO) is the largest arts institution in the Tri-State. The high quality programs provided annually by the Orchestra continue to improve the quality of life in the community. Founded in 1934, the Philharmonic is a professional orchestra comprised of approximately 80 musicians led by Music Director Alfred Savia...

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Evansville Self-e Mural

318 Main St Evansville, Indiana 47708

The next time you're in town, make sure to stop by the Evansville Self-e Mural for the perfect selfie! The Self-e Mural is located along the Innovation Pointe Alleyway and the design is a recreation of a vintage "Greetings from Evansville" postcard, with new images that are Evansville-themed and a celebration of the community spelling the city's...

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Evansville Thunderbolts SPHL Ice Hockey

111 Southeast 3rd Street, Suite 202 Evansville, Indiana 47708 (812) 777-4111

The Thunderbolts are proud members of the Southern Professional Hockey League. All home games are played in Downtown Evansville, IN at the Ford Center. Promotional themed home games, Party Deck packages, Chuck-A-Puck and the thrill of live fast-action ice hockey! Get your TICKETS here. See PROMO NIGHT Schedule here!

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Evansville Wartime Museum

7503 Petersburg Road Evansville, Indiana 47725 812-424-7461

During WWII, our nation's military went into battle with airplanes, ships, tanks and munitions manufactured in Evansville, IN. The museum is dedicated to showing and celebrating the stories of those who were there along with the memorabilia they collect.

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Fendrich Golf Course

1900 Diamond Ave Evansville, Indiana 47711 (812) 435-6070

18 Holes; 5,791 Total Yards

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Ford Center

1 SE Martin Luther King Blvd Evansville, Indiana 47708 812-422-8000

T he Ford Center is a beautifully designed multi-purpose 11,000-seat arena. It is the region’s center for sports and entertainment. The 290,000 square foot facility is home of the NCAA Division I University of Evansville Aces Men’s basketball and the SPHL Evansville Thunderbolts. The arena floor has over 20,000 square feet of usable space and can...

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Garden of the Gods

Shawnee National Forest, R.R. 2, Box 4 Elizabethtown, Illinois 62931 (618) 253-7114

Located in the Shawnee National Forest in Southeastern Illinois, Garden of the Gods is famous for its unique rock formations and spectacular views including Camel Rock and Anvil Rock. Garden of the Gods features hiking, camping and picnicking. A short looped trail from the main parking lot, which can be hiked in about 45 minutes, passes along most...

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Garvin Park

Heidelbach Avenue Evansville, Indiana 47711

Garvin Park is one of Evansville's oldest parks. Purchased in 1915, the 80 acres provides a large lake, swimming pool, playground, tennis and basketball courts. It is located next to historic Bosse Field. Garvin Park is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and is a favorite for public gatherings. During the month of December, the...

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316 N. Green River Road Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 473-3800

Video games, Bumper Cars, Mini Bowling, Bungee Trampolines, and the Frog Hopper ride. Win instant prizes or earn tickets to redeem at the redemption counter!

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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

401 S. Second St. Vincennes, Indiana 47591 (812) 882-1776

This memorial stands on the site where Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark and his frontiersmen defeated Lt. Governor Henry Hamilton and his soldiers to capture Fort Sackville from the British, one of the great feats of the American Revolution. The visitors center adjacent to the memorial features interpretive programs and displays.

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